An excerpt of an article by Kameela Osman, published on Therapy Route. "The inner critic is often a topic in therapy. While the inner critic has a purpose, it’s something we can all struggle with at times. It can bring motivation, feedback, and support growth....
Sarah Lamb will be joining the practice this May, as a student therapist! She’ll be booking reduced-fee therapy as of May 11, 2021.
Sarah will be practicing under my supervision, as part of her placement for her MA in Counselling Psych. She has completed a BA with honors in Forensic Psychology. She’s far from green! She currently works and volunteers in the mental health field. She’s held roles such as crisis worker and counsellor. She has experience and training related to crisis intervention, challenging negative beliefs, self-esteem, trauma, anxiety, depression, emotion regulation, compassion, and mindfulness.
For those struggling with their thoughts (overthinking, negative thinking, unwanted/intrusive thoughts, etc.). This can support motivation, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, perfectionism and many other issues. Related training completed includes, cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, clinical hypnotherapy, and more.
Perinatal (Pregnancy & Postpartum) Counselling
In the perinatal period, life transitions occur both around us and within ourselves. For many women it can lead to the onset of mental health issues. Even those without diagnoses can struggle with mental, emotional and relational wellness in this time. Kameela holds training specific to maternal mental health and is Perinatal Mental Health Certified, through postpartum support international. She offers support for general perinatal issues (including relationship support), as well as therapy relating to perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
For tune ups, re-connection, pre-marital or pre-engaged support, as well as, recovering from affairs and betrayals. Kameela has training in the Gottman Method for Couples Therapy (Level 1 & 2) and is trained in The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. She frequently blends this knowledge with her training in other modalities of therapy to better support relational needs.
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You’re on your way! Small changes can make a big difference.
I’m collaborative and practical. I balance exploring the past with purpose, creating a hopeful future and grounded present. With extensive training, including CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), ACT (acceptance, commitment therapy), Clinical Hypnotherapy, Maternal Mental Health and more, my method of therapy is integrated based on needs and preferences of those seeking support.